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Nov 20

Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its comparison with the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran

What do you know about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?
Do you know about the 30 articles in this statement?
Do you know that these matters are your inherent rights?

Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights stipulates:
1. Everyone has the right to participate freely in the cultural life of the community, and to benefit from the arts, and in particular its scientific progress and its benefits.
2. Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests of his scientific, literary or artistic works.
One of the citizenship rights of individuals is their ownership of their products. The government is obliged to support special laws of scientific works, innovations, inventions and discoveries. As the rape of immoral property of individuals is illegal, theft of their literary, scientific and artistic works It is also unwarranted, since both are materially material and can be accounted for by money.
According to Clause 4 of the third principle of the constitution: The Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran is required to use all means to raise public awareness in all areas through the proper use of the press and media and other means to achieve these goals.
Article One Seventy-Five: In the sound of the Islamic Republic of Iran, freedom of expression and dissemination of ideas should be ensured in accordance with the Islamic and national standards.
Female singing in Iran, except for a certain period, has always faced with customary or religious restrictions. Therefore, what is now criticized by Iranian music experts and experts is the absence of the voice of half of the people in traditional and contemporary music of this country.
The issue of prohibiting women from reciting and restricting the singing of women is one of the other legal discrimination against women in Iran, which must be applied and should be assessed by understanding the religious identity and the ideological nature of Islam. According to Article IV of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran, all laws and regulations in Iran should be based on Islamic principles and it is the responsibility of the six guardians council to judge. It should also be noted that Islam, which is based on Iran’s laws, is Shi’a Ja’fari’s Islam, a Shi’an scholar who believes in the velayat-e faqih that is different from the interpretations and interpretations of other branches of Islam.
The chain of abolition of licensed concerts in the Islamic Republic is no longer a disregard for the role of artists in the field of art and music.
All artists in Iran who are going through the legal channels and getting the necessary perks are ready to concert, so they have to wait for the event at the end of the concert.